IATLIS Conference Proceedings 2009

Contents

Preface

Greetings from Dr. Ismail Abdullahi

Contributors

Section I: Theme Paper

  • Educational Changes for Work in the Knowledge Society

Russell Bowden

Section II: LIS Education

  • Balancing the Relics and Harbingers of LIS Courses for the Emerging Job Market

Jagtar Singh and Dilara Begum

  • Higher Education in the Eleventh Five Year Plan: Some Implications for the LIS Education

M.P. Satija

  • Library and Information Science Education in India: Development, Status, Curriculum, Issues and Challenges

M. B. Konnur, N. B. Dahibhate, S. K. Patil, and V. S. Mugade

  • Exploring the Opportunities in the Emerging Information Environment for Transformation of LIS Education

I.V. Malhan

  • Selection of students to LIS education programmes in Sri Lanka and some related issues

Pradeepa Wijetunge

  • Growth and Development of Library and Information Education in Nepal

Madhusudan Karki

Section III: LIS Curricula and Job Market

  • Strategies for the employable LIS courses: Emergent issues and need for contemplation

A. Y. Asundi and C. R. Karisiddappa

  • Relevance of Existing LIS Courses to the Job-Market – What Alumni Tell Us: An experience from Shih Hsin University

Chihfeng P. Lin

  • Employable LIS Courses in Bangladesh: An Analysis of Last Twenty Year Syllabuses

M. Jakaria Rahman, Momena Khatun and Muhammad Mezbah-ul-Islam

  • Developing LIS Courses for the Emerging Job Market in Nigeria

Bappah Magaji Abubakar

  • Relevance of LIS Courses for Employability: A Study of LIS Curricula of India

R. S .R. Varalakshmi

  • Remodeling the Curricula of LIS Education in Kalyani University: An Analysis

Bidhan Ch. Biswas

  • Combining Moodle with DSpace: Designing an Architecture for LIS Courseware

Amit Kumar Das and Parthasarathi Mukhopadhyay

  • An Overview of Library and Information Science Curricula in the context of the Indian Job Market

Bobby Goswami Baruah and P. Hangsing

  • Employability issues and public policy support for library and information services in private academic sector in India: observations and concerns

H. P. S. Kalra and Khushpreet Singh

  • UGC Report of CDC in Library and Information Science 2001: A Critical Review of its Relevance in Present Indian Context

Goutam Maity and Udayan Bhattacharya

  • IT components in LIS Curricula envisioning the knowledge society: An Analysis of Syllabi universities of West Bengal

Tridib Tripathi

  • Master of Library and Information Science Syllabus A Novice Way of Thinking

Geeta Gadhvi

  • Development of LIS Courses in Karnataka in the Emerging Job Market

S. Padmamma and Geetha M.

Section IV: Quality Assurance

  • Quality Faculty for Excellence in Library and Information Science Education in Pakistan

Mumtaz Ali Anwar

  • Identification of Quality Indicators for Evaluation and Accreditation of LIS Schools in India,

Amitabha Chatterjee

  • Quality Assurance in Distance Education: Some Parameters to be Used in Assessing the Quality

B.S. Biradar and Santhosh Kumar, K.T.

Section V: Knowledge Management and Learning

  • Knowledge Management: the Leading-edge of the Emerging Information Society

Jagtar Singh and N. K. Swain

  • Emerging trends in Resource-Based Students-Centered Learning in the Knowledge Society

C. Krishnamurthy and B.D. Kumbar

  • LIS Education in India: Tutoring the Tutors with Intrinsic Questions

N. K. Swain

  • M-Learning Opportunities and Challenges for the Modern Learning Scenario

Selvaraj. C

Section VI: Research and Collaboration

  • Recent Trends of Research in Library & Information Science in India and Research Agenda for the Future

Nivedita Bhattacharyya and Biplab Chakrabarti

  • Problems and Prospects of Choice Based Credit System (CBCS): A Case Study of Karnatak University, Dharwad

B.D. Kumbar and Gururaj S. Hadagali

  • Digital Learning Commons: a Proposal for Panjab University, Chandigarh.

Preeti Mahajan and Rupak Chakravarty

  • Collaboration among Library and Information Science Education Programmes in South Asia: Issues and Implications

Trishanjit Kaur and Navkiran Kaur

  • Continuing Education Programmes (CEP) for faculty improvement in the emerging Knowledge Society.

Gururaj S. Hadagali, B. D. Kumbar and M. M. Bachalapur

Other Received and Presented Paper

Swapna Banerjee and Subhaluxmi Pattanayak

Ravi Kant Gaur and Nidhi Kulshreshtha

Shalini Lihitkar and Nidhi Kulshreshtha

Swarup Kumar Raj and Tridib Chattopadhyay

Avijit Chakrabarti, Biplab Chakrabarti, Pritam Gurey and Nivedita Bhattacharya

K. C. Das

M. K. Galhotra and A.M. Galhotra

Manik Mandal and Jishnu Mondal

Sunanda R Paranjape

Subarna Bandyopadhyay, Anupam Ghosh and Piyali Das

P. Mukhopadhyay

Partha sarthi Das

Kalpana and Archana Kulkarni

Deepak Mehra

Asitabha Das and Sambhu Nath Halder

Tridib Chattopadhyay

Mahendra Kumar Arya and Arun Kumar

Nimai Chand Saha, Nirmalendu Paul and Ajay Kumar Sharma